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Tephritidae: Aciura coryli or Oxyaciura tibialis ?
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Posted on 19-10-2018 14:48
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farm5.staticflickr.com/4244/34644268622_54ee8204c4_o.jpg
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In fact, they can be only told from the size and number of frontorbital setae (not visible here)

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another photos:

farm2.staticflickr.com/1943/31560486218_f60ef37d08_o.jpg
farm2.staticflickr.com/1960/44711198934_28ee94dd65_o.jpg
Edited by valter on 19-10-2018 23:18
 
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Is now possible the identification?
 
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hmm... free version of flickr? They will delete all photos if an user has over one thousand. Only pro versions can have over 1000 photos. You should update from the free version to pro. Otherwise you will loose 16155 photos...
 
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for me, it looks to be Oxyaciura, though the resolution is too low to tell
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